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  • The G-8's declaration on the Arab Spring

     
    Full official text from the Deauville G-8 Summit Friday, May 27, 2011....
  • Hillary Clinton to head the World Bank? The answer is no, No and also NO!

     
    Hillary Clinton issues Shermanesque statement about heading the World Bank....
  • LEBANON: Former World Bank president shunned by students and faculty, withdraws from ceremony

     
    What has been coined the "Arab Spring" has gained momentum, this time in the region's most well-reputed and prestigious university, the American University of Beirut. The campus has been a scene of protests ever since the university decided to grant......
  • Global economic summit: Solutions?

     
    by Mark Silva The global economic meltdown is beginning to sound somewhat like the crisis of global warming, something which every important industrial nation in the world must do something about, but a problem which everyone is not willing to......
  • Bush: Economy 'can rebound quickly'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, who will convene a summit of world leaders on the economic crisis with a dinner at the White House on Friday and meetings on Saturday, will spell out his goals today in an address to......
  • Global leaders vow to avert another crisis

     
    by Mark Silva The leaders of the world's industrial powers have concluded a hasty summit on a global economic crisis with a commitment to strengthen regulation of financial markets, bolster international monetary funds and avert any new trade barriers.......
  • President Bush: 'Economic turmoil'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush has gone to Peru. But Bush, making his last scheduled trip abroad as president, has not gotten away from the economic crisis that has beset his nation and many others near the close of his......
  • Obama and Medvedev: Russian revival?

     
    by Mark Silva It may not be the "reset button'' that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented her Russian counterpart earlier this year - a symbol of the need to start over again in relations between the United States and......
  • Robert McNamara: Vietnam war 'wrong'

     
    by Mark Silva Robert S. McNamara, the former secretary of defense for two presidents who only late in life acknowledged that he and his colleagues were "wrong, terribly wrong'' in the prosecution of the war in Vietnam, passed away today......
  • U.S. 'shoulder to shoulder' with Europe

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, joining other world leaders in calling on Iran to comply with international nuclear regulations -- after the exposure of a once-secret uranium enrichment plant -- maintains that the U.S. and allies are more united.......
  • Iran's 'line in the sand:' U.K., U.S., France

     
    by Mark Silva and updated President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy today presented a united front in a stern demand for Iran to start complying with international nuclear regulation, with the...